On Campus Resources
Boston College is committed to providing support and assistance to victims as well as taking active measures to help ensure the physical and emotional well-being of survivors/victims. A number of University offices are available to assist a survivor of sexual harassment, sexual assault, or sexual misconduct.
University Health Services: (617) 552-3227, Cushing Hall First Floor, www.bc.edu/uhs
Medical personnel are available 24 hours a day
Basic medical treatment
STI/STD testing and treatment
Please note that Plan B and evidence collection are not available
Click here for a listing of external medical resources.
COUNSELING AND SUPPORT
- SANet at (617) 552-2211
The Sexual Assault Network (SANet), a 24-hour/seven-days-a-week hotline staffed by trained advocates provides resources and supports the survivor or friend of the survivor as they embark on the healing process.
- University Counseling Services: (617) 552-3310 (day); (617) 552-3227(nights and weekends), Gasson 001
Professional and confidential counseling available; psychologist on call 24 hours a day. Counseling available to survivors and friends of survivors
- Women’s Resource Center: (617) 552-3489, McElroy 141, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., www.bc.edu/wrc
Contact: Katie Dalton 617-552-6919 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Women's Resource Center is open to all students (male and female), faculty, and staff, and offers a comfortable atmosphere to seek information about partner violence, sexual assault, etc.
Find individual peer support or group support through HEAL (Heal, Empowerment, Acceptance, Listening). Participate in programming (CARE Week)
- HEAL Survivor Support Group: information available through the WRC, (617) 552-3489, www.bc.edu/wrc
Contact: Katie Dalton (617) 552-6919 email@example.com
Closed support group run by a trauma specialist
Opens to new participants twice per semester
- Office of the Dean of Students: (617) 552-3470, Maloney Hall 212
Contact: Kristen O'Driscoll firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers information about the internal disciplinary system as well as guidance, support, information, and referrals
- Administrator On-Call: available through SANet or BCPD
stay away orders and any other immediate university concerns
- Campus Ministry: (617) 552-3475, McElroy 233
Offers pastoral counseling and spiritual direction to survivors and friends
SANet’s current liaisons are Rick Rossi (617) 552-6592, email@example.com) and Tammy Liddell (617) 552-3170, firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Harassment Counselor:
Linda Riley, (617) 552-4714, email@example.com
Can answer questions confidentially and discuss possible options for stopping an offensive situation or preventing one from forming